I've kind of got an out in cancer. It keeps things in perspective for me.
I've been in a Speedo half my life. So I am really comfortable with my body.
I'm really looking forward to just concentrating on the swimming part now instead of what's going on with me outside the pool.
I think you have to be weird to swim breaststroke.
I think being an athlete prepares you for more things than people give us credit for.
I know there's life after the Olympics.
I don't let myself get upset about the little nitpicky things anymore.
Being happy outside the pool means fast swimming in the pool.
I attacked my cancer diagnosis the same way I attack training and competing, and that's pretty fearless.
At 28, you need recovery time after training.
After my cancer diagnosis, I really took my swimming to a new level.
I miss my dad every day, but I know he would be proud to see me continuing to swim and going for another shot at the Olympics.
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